'Curry colleges' to help create jobs for UK unemployed


Curry houses in the UK which are struggling to recruit Asian staff because of tougher immigration rules, are being urged by the government to accept graduates from new "curry colleges".

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, is opening five "centres of excellence" across England, offering training to young unemployed people in Asian cookery.

Catrin Nye reports.

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